We understand why Chaos Engineering works from a technical perspective, but what about the humans?
Chaos Engineering has proven successful in building system resilience to failure, maintaining customer trust and improving incident response. But what are the effects and impacts on the humans involved in the systems?
Join us to delve into both positive and negative outcomes to all the groups of people involved - including users, engineers, product, and business owners.
Using case studies from organizations where Chaos Engineering has been implemented, we will explore the changes in attitude that these practices create. We will discuss successful implementations, as well as challenges faced in teams where chaos was a 'success' from a technical perspective, but contained negative impact for the people involved.
Explore the core principles of Chaos Engineering
Discover the human factors involved in Chaos Engineering
Learn the best practices on caring for the people and teams working with Chaos Engineering
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